Posted on 02/02/2018, 3:15 PM
We told you women-only travel was going to be a big deal in 2018. To wit: In September, a private island off the coast of Finland will begin welcoming guests—and dudes need not apply. Christened SuperShe after a networking group designed to empower women, the luxury isle will specialize in wellness offerings such as fitness classes, healthy eating, and artsy activities. Founder Kristina Roth t...
Posted on 01/04/2018, 9:00 AM
Each year, the National Park system throws open its gates for a few days and spreads the good word by admitting everyone without charging entry fees. It's a great way for low-income families, students, and seniors to experience the parks, and hundreds of thousands of Americans take advantage of the invitation annually. The Department of the Interior has announced the free days for 2018—and they'v...
Some cities one can revisit without ever tiring of them. Montreal is one of them. Pauline Frommer returns to the fascinating Quebecois town.
Bots and biometrics, cannabis travel, and more: We talked with experts from across the travel industry to learn what will affect your wanderings in 2018.
Posted on 11/06/2017, 6:00 PM
In a surprising announcement, the Bureau of Labor Statistics has found that fully 50 percent of America’s adult population now consists of unmarried single people. And because another smaller percentage of the population is married people who nonetheless prefer to travel alone, the result is that more than half of our adult population are persons who travel without a spouse.
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Posted on 09/15/2017, 5:30 PM
The "learning vacation:, a summer week or two of serious reading and discussions, is usually organized by a great, English-language university. Oxford, Cambridge, Cornell, and St. John’s are the names that normally come to mind. At each of these famous centers of learning, many hundreds of Americans now travel in July and August to live in a vacated student residence, attend classes presented by e...
Airbnb wants to snag business travelers with listings that have the latest in luxury fittings and are regularly inspected. Why I (might) object
Really, really get away from it all at these eight beaches in Greece, Thailand, Brazil, and five other slices of paradise.
These five romantic, scenic drives showcase some of the best sights Hawaii has to offer.
Is Portland still the quirky, offbeat city it claims to be? We take a guided tour on the wild side.
You already know you want to see Half Dome, El Capitan, and Yosemite Falls. Here are 10 more ways to experience Yosemite National Park.
New Jersey's own Vegas-by-the-sea is one big neon-lit, adults-only, all-night party. If the casinos don't take your money, the shopping, spas, and steakhouses will.
Take a break from the New York City traffic, and stroll along these quiet streets in old Manhattan.
Several spas have opened in the Caribbean within the last two years. Here are 6 spots to try a little pampering alongside your sun-bathing.
Each of these cruise lines is raising the bar with craft brews, beers on tap, and local choices that reflect the destinations on your cruise itinerary.
From complimentary bike rentals to free minibar snacks, a dozen of our favorite amenities are available at boutique hotels, luxury hotels, and hotel chains around the world.
Whether you enjoy cooking, golfing, or swimming, each of these resorts combines your favorite hobby with your love of travel.
For travelers who think they're too old for trick-or-treating, these seven cities have some of the best haunted houses and Halloween-themed attractions.
Make happy hour last all weekend by booking one of these 2- or 3-night party cruises from Miami, New York City, Los Angeles, and other U.S. ports.
Skip the sights on your next trip and focus inward with a rejuvenating escape at one of these seven yoga retreats.
Head to Rome, Moscow, Paris, Tokyo, and six other cities for some of the world's most beautiful churches, temples, synagogues, and mosques.
Wait out a flight delay in one of these airline lounges in the U.S. and Canada.
Whether you're planning a girlfriend getaway or a bachelor party, save your energy for nightlife in Vegas, New Orleans, Miami, New York, or Montego Bay.
A little winter chill can't stop the party at these New York City rooftop bars and terraces.
Fall in love all over again in Paris, Prague, Florence, and seven other romantic cities around the world.